Friday at 10:30 a.m. – 11:45 a.m.
We read the texts assigned for the Sunday liturgy and prepare ourselves for the encounter with the living Lord. We come online to warm up at 10:15 a.m. and the study begins promptly at 10:30 a.m.
Please let Cheryl Gaspard know and she will send you the scripture lessons and the meeting ID to Zoom ahead of time.
11:00 a.m. In Person Outdoor in South Parking Lot – Online Facebook and YouTube
Reservations for Worship Deadline is Saturday noon.
Holy Communion in the Parking Lot – 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Have you seen the video gone viral of the sheep that is rescued from a deep crack in the land? That crack, a narrow chasm, looks like it runs for hundreds of yards. Maybe it is a fault line in Northern California. The crack is in fact a physical dividing line in the earth. Anyway, a Good Samaritan shepherd (Sheeparitan?) pulls the sheep by its hind legs out of the chasm. When freed, it bounds off a few yards, takes a leap, and goes right back into the crack. Stupid sheep. Continue reading
Return to Worship In the Nave, Saturday, May 1, 6:00 pm (Contemplative) and Sunday, May 2, 11:00 am, Livestreamed.
Exciting News! We return to indoor worship the first weekend of May, with one service on Saturday evening and one on Sunday morning. The Sunday service will also be livestreamed, available anywhere in the world, via our website, Facebook, and YouTube, and available archived on those platforms thereafter. We view this schedule as a “bridge” time over the summer, after which we hope to expand the schedule and to reinstitute on-premise education/faith formation.
The story of Ruth is the story of how God restored Naomi’s family through Ruth’s cunning resistance. In a like fashion, the prolific writer-theologian Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz used her writings to defend a women’s right to be educated in colonial Mexico. Vicar Sergio Rodriguez guides our reflection tonight about God’s work in and through women’s resistance for the sake of restoration. Special musical guests Axiom Quartet performs Tailleferre movements 1 & 2.
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We’ve necessarily been on a “hiatus” during this season of COVID regarding special in-person worship occasions like baptism, weddings, funerals, and other special events. While we have carefully moved toward conducting more of such occasions, we are mindful that many have expressed a desire to join as members or associate members of Christ the King Church. And some have joined without the public recognition we normally would celebrate.
If you are in either of these groups, take note that on May 23 – Pastor Duane’s final Sunday at CTK – we will receive and recognize new members at the Sunday service. What a grand statement that will be! Continue reading